Research for more accurate decisions and better information

Large areas of the society are dependent on or influenced by weather and water. Increased requirements with regard to the environment and a climate in change provide new prerequisites. The SMHI research department provides tools, knowledge and decision guidance for the society. Read more about the SMHI research.

Research news from SMHI

International conference on regional climate modelling

The International Conference on Regional Climate-CORDEX 2016 (ICRC-CORDEX 2016), in Stockholm 17th-20th May 2016, will bring together the international regional climate research community. The conference is focusing on high resolution climate information and its applications to vulnerability, impacts and adaptation and the full spectrum of potential end users of regional climate information.

30th Nordic Meteorological Meeting in Stockholm 22-24 August 2016

The Swedish Meteorological Society, in cooperation with Stockholm University and SMHI, organises the 30th Nordic Meteorological Meeting in Stockholm 22-24 August 2016. Abstracts of contributed papers and posters should be submitted at the latest 15 May 2016. Read more at  nmm2016.wordpress.com.

19 May 2016

How the climate could change in the Arctic and South Asia

A climate scenario is a description of possible future climate development, in meteorological …

12 May 2016

Climate researchers gather at international meeting in Stockholm

What does global warming mean in different parts of the world? About 350 of the world's climate …

21 April 2016

EGU Award to SMHI researcher

Joseph Sedlar, researcher at the SMHI, has received the EGU Award for outstanding young researchers …

More research news Research news from SMHI

Research news from SMHI

International conference on regional climate modelling

The International Conference on Regional Climate-CORDEX 2016 (ICRC-CORDEX 2016), in Stockholm 17th-20th May 2016, will bring together the international regional climate research community. The conference is focusing on high resolution climate information and its applications to vulnerability, impacts and adaptation and the full spectrum of potential end users of regional climate information.

30th Nordic Meteorological Meeting in Stockholm 22-24 August 2016

The Swedish Meteorological Society, in cooperation with Stockholm University and SMHI, organises the 30th Nordic Meteorological Meeting in Stockholm 22-24 August 2016. Abstracts of contributed papers and posters should be submitted at the latest 15 May 2016. Read more at  nmm2016.wordpress.com.

19 May 2016

How the climate could change in the Arctic and South Asia

A climate scenario is a description of possible future climate development, in meteorological …

12 May 2016

Climate researchers gather at international meeting in Stockholm

What does global warming mean in different parts of the world? About 350 of the world's climate …

21 April 2016

EGU Award to SMHI researcher

Joseph Sedlar, researcher at the SMHI, has received the EGU Award for outstanding young researchers …

More research news Research news from SMHI

Research Areas

Air quality Atmospheric remote sensing Climate research, Rossby Centre Hydrology Meteorology Oceanography

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Welcome to the International Conference on Regional Climate: ICRC-CORDEX 2016

The next International Conference on Regional Climate: ICRC-CORDEX 2016 will take place 17th-20th May 2016 in the beautiful city of Stockholm, Sweden.

International Project Office for CORDEX

The IPOC is responsible for providing strong global coordination, together with the appropriate administrative, scientific and technical support, to respond to CORDEX’s rapidly expanding worldwide activities.

ICRC-CORDEX logotype
 

Welcome to the International Conference on Regional Climate: ICRC-CORDEX 2016

The next International Conference on Regional Climate: ICRC-CORDEX 2016 will take place 17th-20th May 2016 in the beautiful city of Stockholm, Sweden.

International Project Office for CORDEX

The IPOC is responsible for providing strong global coordination, together with the appropriate administrative, scientific and technical support, to respond to CORDEX’s rapidly expanding worldwide activities.

News from SMHI on CORDEX

Research projects EU Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 projects

Horizon 2020 is the EU program for research and innovation. SMHI is involved in several Horizon 2020 project. The projects have undergone an application process and are conducted in collaboration with other institutions and organizations.

Development of global climate models

Climate models are the tools used by researchers to investigate future developments in the climate. Researchers are now going to improve global climate models to deepen the knowledge about climate change.

Measurements improve knowledge of Europe's coastal waters

A new EU project will improve observations of the status of Europe's coastal waters, including algal blooms. Existing observation systems will be linked together and new methods will be developed. SMHI is one of 33 institutes that are collaborate in the project, which will continue for four years.

EU FP7

The 'Switch-On' project particularly successful

SMHI's project Switch-On is noted by the EU as a particularly successful project. The project uses open data to create services for water management in Europe, and it builds up a research infrastructure to promote cooperation between European researchers.

Research projects EU Horizon 2020

Horizon 2020 projects

Horizon 2020 is the EU program for research and innovation. SMHI is involved in several Horizon 2020 project. The projects have undergone an application process and are conducted in collaboration with other institutions and organizations.

Development of global climate models

Climate models are the tools used by researchers to investigate future developments in the climate. Researchers are now going to improve global climate models to deepen the knowledge about climate change.

Measurements improve knowledge of Europe's coastal waters

A new EU project will improve observations of the status of Europe's coastal waters, including algal blooms. Existing observation systems will be linked together and new methods will be developed. SMHI is one of 33 institutes that are collaborate in the project, which will continue for four years.

EU FP7

The 'Switch-On' project particularly successful

SMHI's project Switch-On is noted by the EU as a particularly successful project. The project uses open data to create services for water management in Europe, and it builds up a research infrastructure to promote cooperation between European researchers.

About the SMHI Research Department

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Research for more accurate decisions and better information

Large areas of society are dependent on or influenced by the weather and water. Increased requirements with regard to the environment and a changed climate also provide new opportunities.

Kollage med bilder som symboliserar SMHIs forskning och utveckling

Research for more accurate decisions and better information

Large areas of society are dependent on or influenced by the weather and water. Increased requirements with regard to the environment and a changed climate also provide new opportunities.

Climate Research at SMHI

Climate research at the Rossby Centre

The Rossby Centre pursues research on climate processes and the behaviour of the climate system. The principal tools are the global and regional climate models developed within the research unit.

Climate impacts – water in the future

Future climate scenarios indicate higher temperatures in Sweden, more precipitation with higher extreme intensities, and the sea level will rise. SMHI Hydrological research studies how future climate change may affect water availability and flow dynamics in the rivers.

Marine environment in changing climate

In order to compute the various possible scenarios on how the future of the Baltic Sea may develop, we use numerical models which couple the physical, chemical and biological processes in the ocean.

Air Quality and Climate Change

In a future climate the concentrations and depositions of air pollutants may change considerably - resulting in the elimination of our current view of emission reductions. At SMHI research is being carried out with the objective of increasing the knowledge of the link between Climate and Air Quality.

Climate research at the Rossby Centre

The Rossby Centre pursues research on climate processes and the behaviour of the climate system. The principal tools are the global and regional climate models developed within the research unit.

Climate impacts – water in the future

Future climate scenarios indicate higher temperatures in Sweden, more precipitation with higher extreme intensities, and the sea level will rise. SMHI Hydrological research studies how future climate change may affect water availability and flow dynamics in the rivers.

Marine environment in changing climate

In order to compute the various possible scenarios on how the future of the Baltic Sea may develop, we use numerical models which couple the physical, chemical and biological processes in the ocean.

Air Quality and Climate Change

In a future climate the concentrations and depositions of air pollutants may change considerably - resulting in the elimination of our current view of emission reductions. At SMHI research is being carried out with the objective of increasing the knowledge of the link between Climate and Air Quality.

Climate related research news